An Interview with Yellowcard: A New Horizon

Considering how long Yellowcard and New Found Glory have both existed within the same realm of major league of pop-punk, it’s kind of shocking that they have yet to tour with one another—in the United States, anyway. But that is finally changing, as the two began a co-headlining North American …

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An Interview with Rhonda Ross: The Pocono Mountains Film Festival Interview

Singer-songwriter Rhonda Ross is an African Diasporic Woman of the World. Bilingual in French and English, and raising her son to be fluent in 4 languages, Rhonda often connects with her audiences through their native tongues.

Her original music lives in the gap between Jazz, Neo-Soul, Funk and Gospel. Her

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An Interview with Circa Survive: If You Remember

As we linger closer toward the end of 2015, we still continue to reflect back on the long list of quintessential full-lengths that have turned 10 years old. Since this year reminded eager fans that artists like Silverstein, Hidden In Plain View and The Academy Is… all have records that …

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An Interview with Motion City Soundtrack: We can Feel You

Motion City Soundtrack have always been a band that have been a “soundtrack” (no pun intended) to a lot of situations in my life; call it emotion, call it “growing up,” this band’s music was always there. Having seen them live, time and time again, they never cease to amaze …

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The Historikill Facts From The Gutter: An Interview with Overkill

If you grew up a metal fan from Jersey, two bands should be at the top of your “Favorite Jersey Bands” list. I’m talking about Overkill and Symphony X. Overkill was always at the top of the heap when you threw out names like Metallica, Anthrax, Slayer or even Nuclear …

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Interview with Mat Kearney: The City Has Blended Grey

When Mat Kearney isn’t jamming out to Justin Bieber’s new song, or fixing his age-worthy Martin, he’s probably reminiscing about the grapevines in his backyard, or making another cup of coffee. He spoke to The Aquarian about his love for fusing genres, as well as the realness of coffee addiction. …

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An Interview with This Wild Life: Tracking Down That Wild Sound

If you’re a Jersey native with a passion for a bit of wild in your daily routine, rest assured, because you are no longer California dreaming. Cali-based acoustic duo, This Wild Life, is everything pop punk fans could want in their relentless pursuit for new music. Whether you’re already a …

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Interview with Have Mercy: Home’s Where The Heart Is

Around this time last year, I had the pleasure of personally meeting and interviewing Have Mercy on a rooftop of the Rivington Hotel, located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. With a beautiful New York City skyline in plain view during the opening days of last year’s CMJ Music …

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An Interview with New Years Day: Bloody Mary Is Back

The bad guys in comic books and Disney films have nothing on this fiery songstress. Just by listening to a single song, it’s made clear that the Gothic rock band, New Years Day, is heavily influenced by the dark side—something I can completely relate to. The lead vocalist, Ashley “Ash” …

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A Preview of CMJ Music Marathon 2015: Here We Go Again

We’re getting closer and closer to the most wonderful time of year once again—and in retrospect, October creeps up a lot faster than you think. Last year was my first year attending the annual CMJ Music Marathon—reporting on-site for The Aquarian Weekly—and it’s surreal for me personally to reflect …

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